This guide will provide you with step-by-step instructions on how to use and engage with the DME for Peace platform. It will cover two things: how to register and interact with the site, and how to navigate the site.
First, let’s review how to register and interact with the site.

How to Interact with the Site

Register and Create a Profile

The first step to engaging this online community of practice is to register and create a profile. You may do this by clicking the link in the upper right-hand corner that says “Sign Up/Log In”. As a member, you will receive regular updates about upcoming events, new resources, and opportunities.
We also encourage you to share information about yourself with the community, such as your areas of expertise, and prior experience relevant to peacebuilding DM&E. This will allow other members to find you, and connect you to relevant events and opportunities in your area. See our Privacy Policy and Terms of Use for more information on what information we collect and how it is used.

Contribute Content and Browse Resources

DME for Peace is a community platform. As a member you have the ability to contribute content to the platform. You might start by sharing your favorite DM&E resource, resources that your organization has produced, or adding a DM&E-related job opportunity.
You can browse our 1000 + resources by clicking on the “Learn” tab on the homepage.
Contributing to the DME for Peace blog and Thursday Talk webinar series
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